New money Laundering requirements

New guidance  which was triggered by the European Union’s fifth money laundering directive, which came into force in January last year and brought in a raft of new requirements including changes to client due diligence and enhanced due diligence as well as a duty to collect proof of registration for companies and trusts. The directive provided an opportunity to review

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Latest MOJ virus Update focus on domestic violence – 14th april

Victims and witnesses NEW: At the No10 press conference today, the Home Secretary Priti Patel announced an additional £2 million to support charities to further expand services for those at risk of domestic abuse. The following page contains more information about help offered to domestic abuse victims: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/domestic-abuse-how-to-get-help   HMPPS Prisons and probation services have implemented significant changes to comply

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Latest Coronavirus Update MOJ 1st April 2020

MOJ Update reveals increased measures to fight Prison Escalation Ministry of Justice has updated as below : Please find today’s update below. We have robust and flexible plans to ensure we can continue to deliver key services across the justice system. A network of priority courts will remain open during the coronavirus pandemic to make sure the justice system continues

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Court Coronavirus guidance gathers pace

Court Guidance – Social Distancing measures expand as Courts seek to support effort The Lord Chief Justice and Secretary of State for Justice have today published more guidance as the fight to maintain the justice system whilst supporting the national effort on social distancing continues at a pace . The Court has issued guidance previously : https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-courts-and-tribunals-planning-and-preparation Essentially the Courts

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